By Paul Hollander - Special to The Washington Times Shares
Mr. Klima writes: "During the time I am recalling ... [a]ll higher goals had been degraded and disgraced. Surprisingly ... immorality ... within personal relationships was acceptable to the reigning immoral authorities ... . At least in one area of our lives, we were free: men and women took lovers ... . Infidelity therefore, was often limited only by material circumstances: a dearth of apartments or money."